Free Press Journal
  • Mia Khalifa denies participating in BIGG BOSS

    Lebanese American adult star Mia Khalifa has denied participating on the upcoming season of celebrity reality show “Bigg Boss”, saying she is never stepping foot in India, reports PTI.

  • Shahid is glowing and how!

    Interestingly Shahid Kapoor has been seen glowing on the sets of a dance reality show that he judges. The crew members of the show and everyone on the sets have been curious to know the reason behind Shahid’s never fading glow.

  • Ravi Shankar Prasad

    Stamp row: Cong escalates attack on Centre, demands apology

    New Delhi: Escalating its attack on the Centre, Congress today demanded an apology for the decision to discontinue postal stamps on Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi, and said the Modi government’s entire argument of all stamps being about just one family is “nothing but an oxymoron”. Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala also hit out at Communications and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad for defending the decision and alleged that he un ertook an

  • OROP

    Armyman claims OROP protesters assaulted by cops,demands probe

    New Delhi: A retired armyman today moved the Delhi High Court seeking direction for a judicial enquiry into alleged atrocities by Delhi Police on peaceful protesters demanding One Rank, One Pension (OROP). 75-year-old former sepoy Bisamber, in a public interest litigation before a bench headed by Chief Justice G Rohini, stated that on August 14, police officials while “mercilessly removing retired war veterans had beaten up the petitioner and removed the medals worn

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    SC begins hearing on pleas of ex-IPS Sanjiv Bhatt

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today commenced hearing on the pleas of dismissed Gujarat Cadre IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt seeking apex court-monitored SIT probe into allegation of misuse of state machinery during 2002 post- Godhra riots and the alleged role of top BJP and RSS functionaries and some senior bureaucrats.

  • Somnath Bharti

    Somnath Bharti moves court seeking monitoring of probe

    New Delhi: Former Delhi law minister Somnath Bharti today moved a city court seeking monitoring of probe in a domestic violence and attempt to murder case filed by his wife and sought cancellation of the non-bailable warrant (NBW) issued against him. Denying allegation that he had unleashed his dog on his wife Lipika, Bharti said he was ready to have the dog examined by the Investigating Officer(IO) or an expert.

  • Liquor ban

    Over Rs 34 lakh cash, 11,580 litre of illegal liquor seized

    Patna: As part of the special drive ahead of the Bihar Assembly elections, unaccounted cash of over Rs 34 lakh was seized from across the state today in addition to 11,580 litres of illegal liquor. Briefing reporters about the outcome of the drive during the day, Additional Chief Electoral Officer (ACEO) R Lakshamanan said Rs 29,50,000 cash was seized in Patna district itself during the operation.

  • Khap Panchayat

    Row over ‘khap’ diktat: SC orders protection for family

    New Delhi: A dalit family, facing threats of ‘khap panchayat’ after its son eloped and married an upper- caste girl, today got relief from Supreme Court which not only asked the Uttar Pradesh and Delhi police to protect them but also ordered release of the youth, arrested in a drug case. A bench comprising justices J Chelameswar and A M Sapre also asked the UP administration to file its response within four weeks

  • Beef Ban

    Petitions in Bombay HC seek exemption from beef ban for Eid

    Mumbai: Two petitions have been filed before the Bombay High Court seeking an exemption from the ban on slaughter and sale of the meat of bulls/male calves from September 25 to 28 on the occasion of Eid festival. The division bench headed by Justice Abhay Oka clubbed the two petitions with other PILs challenging the controversial beef ban in Maharashtra. The hearing would be held on September 21.

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    Sony, BBC form JV to set up Sony BBC Earth

    Mumbai: Multi Screen Media Private Ltd, part of Sony Corporation, has entered into a joint venture with BBC Worldwide to set up Sony BBC Earth — a new premium factual channel — in India. Sony BBC Earth will combine information and entertainment in real surroundings and would cater to Indian audiences looking for thrill and adventure of exploring natural environments.

  • Devendra Fadnavis

    Heirs of sanitary workers of other SC castes too will get jobs

    Mumbai: The policy of hereditary recruitment of sanitary workers would now be applied for the scheduled caste workers other than those belonging to Valmiki-Mehtar community also, Maharashtra government today said. The hereditary recruitment of sanitary workers from Valmiki-Mehtar community would continue, it was decided in the cabinet meeting chaired by the Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis here today, an official statement said.

  • Nuclear weapon deal

    Pak-US experts discuss non-proliferation of nuclear materials

    Islamabad: Strategic export control experts from Pakistan and the US today discussed the best practices to maintain strict control over non-proliferation of nuclear materials. Pakistan apprised the US side of the latest developments in the country’s strategic export control system, its internal compliance mechanism and the National Control Lists (NCL)’s review process, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.

  • S&P downgrades Japan’s sovereign credit rating

    Tokyo: Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s today downgraded its sovereign credit rating on Japan by one notch, saying the country was unlikely to revive economic growth and end deflation within the next few years. “Despite showing initial promise, the government’s strategy to revive economic growth and end deflation appears unlikely to reverse this deterioration in the next two to three years,” the agency said in a statement.

  • One more College Writing Agency Falls under Scrutiny. Amateur or Shining Star?

    Samedayessays is a trained academic writing and consultancy service which has attracted a diverse number of devotees. Students from everywhere delegate their college troubles to the website. What exactly hooks them above all things? You may uncover assets suggested at this place.

  • Sikh-American assault in US

    Attacker of Sikh-American charged with hate crime

    Toronto: A teenager, who hospitalised a Sikh-American in a racially motivated attack last week, has been charged with hate crime in addition to previous felony charges, a media report said. DuPage county state Attorney on Tuesday said the teen would be charged for one count of hate crime and a Class four felony for hitting Inderjeet Singh Mukker, Chicago Tribune reported. The Sikh Coalition, an organisation that works for civil and human rights

  • Benjamion Netanyahu

    Netanyahu to discuss Moscow’s weapon supply to Syria

    Jerusalem: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will head to Russia next week and discuss with President Vladimir Putin Russia’s military aid to Syria, according to the prime minister’s office.

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    Vinegar acid may help heal burn wounds

    London: Highly diluted acetic acid, an active ingredient of household vinegar, could be an effective alternative agent to prevent infection and kill bacteria found in burn wounds, says new research.

  • Ukraine withdraws from n-construction deal with Russia

    Kiev: Ukraine’s parliament on Wednesday voted to unilaterally scrap an agreement to jointly build with Russia two reactors at the Khmelnitsky Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) in western Ukraine, the parliament’s press service said.

  • Lack of exercise can increase eye disorder risk

    New York: Heavy smoking, poor diet and lack of exercise can put you at increased risk of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), especially if you have a family history of the blinding eye disorder, says a new study. The findings suggest that genetic and lifestyle factors may contribute to AMD in a synergistic way.